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Mickey Micklaus was the beloved companion of the late novelist and performance poet Maggie Estep. Maggie rescued Mickey from death row at a New York City shelter, where he wound up after walking up to a police officer on a Bronx street corner and licking his hand to ask for help. Maggie and Mickey were inseparable for the next seven years, the last two of which they lived in Hudson, where Mickey loved nothing more than to walk up and down Warren Street and greet his public. Mickey also loved to ride shotgun with Maggie whenever they drove anywhere. After Maggie's tragic and untimely demise in February 2014, Mickey lived for a year with Seth Rogovoy in Hudson, and then moved to a nearby farm owned by one of Maggie's closest friends, where he is living out his life in the pastoral company of two other dogs as well as pigs, chickens, and goats.
linoleum cut print
12 x 16
Edition of 110
printed in 7-colors on Crane Lettra, pearl white
Red Coat is number three in our Town Hounds series.
We've asked Seth Rogovoy to help us with Mickey's (aka Red Coat) story.
Print comes unframed but is designed to fit into a standard frame size. Each print comes titled and numbered. Carved and printed by Kingsley Parker.
The framed option for this print is a full bleed with spacers, wood frame in white, natural, black or dark walnut.